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Sevylor 12V 15-PSI SUP and Water Sport Pump Review

Sevylor 12V 15-PSI SUP and Water Sport Pump Review


Model: 2000014066



    • High-pressure pump inflates up to 15 psi for rigid SUP boards
    • Adjustable auto-shutoff stops the pump once a selected pressure is reached
    • Inflate boats and floats from a vehicle or boat
    • Heavy-duty extension hose with high-pressure valve fitting for reliable high-pressure use
    • Low-pressure extension hose and included adaptors for use with Double LockTM, Mini Double LockTM, Boston and pinch valves
    • 12-volt plug powers the pump from your vehicle outlets
    • Unit select button lets you choose from psi, KPA or mbar
    • 1-year limited warranty



2000014066 Reviews

“Vacuum Plus Silcone Tape Equals Success”

Having an inflatable SUP, I have been on the hunt to discover a pump that can do most of the heavy lifting of having my board inflated. My board is a Jimmy Lewis and can be composed to 25 psi but works best with at least 18 psi. So you can picture how much fun I’ve been using with the conventional SUP pump having an board filled. I have been exploring all of the options. Currently it appears there’s an unmet demand for a high pressure electrical pump which costs around 100 dollars or less. I believe it is tough to justify to spending another 200 bucks for manual kpump or pimp high-end two stage electric.Like all of the other reviews, I discovered the pump itself adequate. And like everybody has stated the hose is questionable.On the first testing I had the pump going for about 5 minutes from car lighter outlet. The board inflated well around about 7psi then the hose began leaking atmosphere heavily and spitting paste the side out. Now it was evident that acquiring up to 10psi wasn’t possible. I nearly decided to request a return then and there.Other reviews opted to send the entire unit back in hopes for a better constructed hose, but I choose to discover a solution to the hose issue.For another 10 bucks I bought silicone tape, especially rescue tape. This stuff has a score of holding very high pressure (100+ psi).Wrapping the leaking valve end with silicone tape left a huge difference and stopped the air flow completely. Analyzing inflation of this board this time went past 7 psi and up to 13 psi with no air escapes. I ran my battery down with no motor on. . woops. Next time I am sure I’ll get it up to at least 14psi. If you receive a leaking hose such as me just add rescue tape into this area. Silicone tape is wonderful. . Have a look at youtube to see how its implemented and what else you can do with this. I still have a lot leftover to patch or reinforce the questionable hose as needed.Ok. . So I only get to 14-15 psi with this item. . Still this beats going to 17-18 psi totally manual. And to boot still costs less than 100 bucks.I expect other folks find this helpful and save them some paddle time.Other notes:The lighter outlet has to be rated at 15 amps or better.May additionally receive a kpump 220 for travel.Update July 2016: This thing still keeps on going. . The hose has held up well, as I am careful not to squash it once moving my paddle equipment around. . This pump also came with an extra hose to especially for lower pressure things like floaty toys. I have to say this thing blows up floats and rafts in virtually no time. It is sooo much better using a pump. Also works nicely for blowing up an inflatable mattress. Considering all these inluded adaptors, this contributes to a lot of possibilities.On thing to note is that at higher elevations (6k+), the pump battles a bit for elevated pressure and may need in order to run the pump for longer than 10 minutes. I’m quite worried that the device will overheat or that I may be killing my automobile battery, so I try not run it no more than this without remainder. I also feel that with higher elevations a bit less air is required to get optimum inflation.

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